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Acer Extensa 368D
09-02-2012, 04:14 AM (This post was last modified: 09-03-2012 04:57 AM by westcoaster.)
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Acer Extensa 368D
CPU: Pentium MMX 233 MHz
RAM: 80 MB

Floppy: no floppy drive
Cdrom: works
PCMCIA: works
Modules needed:
ds
yenta_socket
In pcmciaconfig, select "kernel built-in modules"

USB: Mass Storage not working for one type of flash drive (Kensington DataTraveler) but works when used with a usb hub.
Human Interface Device working (usb mouse)
Modules needed:
hid
usb_ohci
usb-storage
sd_mod

Sound: works
Modules needed:
sound dmabuf=1
opl3 io=0x388
opl3sa2 mss_io=0x530 irq=5 dma=1 dma2=7 mpu_io=0x330
In sndconfig, select "OPL3-SA2/3/x"
This selection works, but it includes an extra setting "CONTROL I/O" which results in a final term of "io=0x370" or "io=0x380" in the opl3sa2 line of /etc/modules.conf. Sound still works with this extra term, but it gives lots of warning messeges in dmesg. To get rid of these messages, just delete that final term so that the opl3sa2 line of /etc/modules.conf looks like the one above.

Video: works
Xorg drivers:
vesa
neomagic
Xfbdev works faster than full Xorg
Xvesa doesn't work with Neomagic video card.

Touchpad: works
Xorg device file:
/dev/psaux

Use apm to turn off power at shutdown
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